Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The beers are some of the best from the region, and constantly change. They’re all from smaller companies – many from locally sourced microbreweries. Once they’re out, they’re out... but you can check on the status of your beer of choice using the online live beer menu before you head down to “repint your sins”. Amen.
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... The minutes ticked by and after waiting for 20 minutes we knew we'd moved into second and went off for a shower. They came in nearly 30mins down due to 4 flats to the one wheel and unfortunately are now sitting back in 4th place as the team who beat us today moved up into 3rd.
So with the last day to go at Whilster tomorrow, a 20km, 770m elevation ride we have a 23minute buffer to 3rd place - first place is about 2hrs ahead ( pro riders from the US).
We have been having a ...
... relax amongst the greenery; we enjoyed seeing the fruits of local resident’s labour.
Another excellent example of this ‘greening’ is the multi-storey Convention Centre by the docks whose roof is covered by a garden and even bee-hives. One cannot visit but the produce is made use of by the centre. What a great idea; gardens on commercial rooftops.
Vancouver also has a ...
... we headed out to a place called Furry Creek, yes, there is a place called Furry Creek, where we had lunch at the country club there, overlooking the 18th green, so could watch people coming up the hill to the green - often hilarious as they know people are watching!! All in all a great day. Tomorrow, onto the Rocky Mountaineer and heading for Jasper, via Kamloops - stay tuned ...
... and above, with the occasional Grade 3 class), and it definitely proved to be challenging for the students, so the teachers decided to bring in an older student buddy for each of the groups to help them.
After the activities finished for the day, it was time to pack up and head back to Vancouver. We were under a bit of a time crunch, as the rental car company closed for the evening at 6pm, and by the time we left Squamish, it was after 3:30pm! We made it in time, ...